Superior Optimist Club is calling all witches to brunch

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The Witches of Superior

  Fall is in the air, the smell of green chiles and pumpkin spice surround and that means it is time to schedule in all of your Halloween Fun!  

  The Superior Optimist Club will be hosting its fifth annual Witches Brunch on Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019 at the Gold Canyon Golf Resort.  Brunch begins at 10 a.m., tickets are $25 and include all you can eat brunch with carving station and omelet bar.  The club also hosts a few raffles and has door prizes during the event.  There are prizes for the best costume.  

  The event is open to ghosts, goblins, vampires and warlocks as well.  

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